In 2002, Ryn Gluckman from PopDev and Mina Trudeau, CLPP’s special programs coordinator at the time, wrote Trans-itioning Feminism: The Politics of Transgender in the Reproductive Rights Movement. The previous spring, April 2002, CLPP offered their first Transgender Issues workshop. As the Trans-itioning Feminism article says, it was one of the first conferences on reproductive rights to address transgender issues. The workshop was so well attended that folks had to sit out in the hallway.
We are excited to announce that CLPP’s Operations Coordinator, Teresa Huang, will be tabling at this year’s Turning Truth to Power: 2011 Campus Progress National Conference! The conference is hosted by Campus Progress in Washington D.C on July 6-7, 2011. Stop by our table to get newsletters, updates, and info on CLPP!
Hosted by Civil Liberties and Public Policy in collaboration with SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective’s Let’s Talk About Sex national conference, July 14-17 on Miami Beach.
The institute will be held in the Bayshore room. Breakfast and lunch are provided.
Dear Friends and Supporters:
I am writing to share exciting news about leadership changes at Hampshire College. Beginning in July, Jonathan Lash, an internationally recognized expert on solutions to global sustainability, takes office as President of Hampshire College.
We are excited to announce our latest partnership with SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective. On July 14-17, SisterSong is hosting their national conference, Let’s Talk About Sex, on Miami Beach. We are joining many other partnering organizations and allies in hosting pre-conference institutes on July 13th. We hope you’ll join us!